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Things to do next week

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Concert organist Anthony Hammond performs a cathedral recital as part of

Leeds International Organ Festival. 

10 June, Leeds Cathedral (


The UK premiere of documentary Kate Nash: Underestimate The Girl is followed by a special Q&A with and performance by the singer and actor. 

10 June, Crucible Theatre ( 


The gin revolution arrives in Lancashire alongside the spicy, sweet and savoury flavours of Thailand, Malaysia, Mexico and… Chorley at this year’s National Festival of Making. 

15-16 June, Blackburn town centre ( 


One of the UK’s leading young jazz ensembles, Alex Hitchcock Quintet tour in support of album All Good Things – a collection of original compositions.

11 June, Parr Jazz ( 


Combining music and laughs by blending stupid songs with a carnival atmosphere, the five talented musicians who make up the Horne Section are made to do silly things by bearded comedian Alex Horne.

13 June, Barbican (


Having spent the first few months of the year recording new album DNA, set for release in November, Saddleworth four-piece Twisted Wheel head out on their Nomad Hat tour. 

14 June, Adelphi ( 


A touring V&A exhibition, Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers, features artworks from the pioneers of digital art over the last 50 years, including pieces by Frieder Nake and Georg Nees.

7 June-8 Sept, Old Library ( 


New paintings by Louise Giovanelli are shown alongside rarely seen early Renaissance panel paintings and a selection of contemporary works by Victor Man and Mark Manders.

6-19 June, Manchester Art Gallery ( 

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